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Crime and Courts Act 2013

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  1. Introduction

  2. Summary

  3. Background

    1. Part 1: the National Crime Agency

      1. The National Crime Agency

      2. Abolition of National Policing Improvement Agency

    2. Part 2: Courts and Justice

      1. Section 17: Civil and family proceedings in England and Wales

        1. Single County Court for England and Wales

        2. Single family court for England and Wales

      2. Section 18: Youth courts to have jurisdiction to grant gang-related injunctions

      3. Section 19: Varying designation of authorities responsible for remanded young persons

      4. Section 20: Judicial appointments

      5. Section 21: Deployment of the judiciary

      6. Section 22: Transfer of immigration or nationality judicial review applications

      7. Section 23: Permission to appeal from Upper Tribunal to Court of Session

      8. Section 24: Appeals relating to regulation of the Bar

      9. Section 25: Enforcement by taking control of goods

      10. Section 26: Payment of fines and other sums

      11. Section: 27 Disclosure of information to facilitate collection of fines and other sums

      12. Section 28: Disclosure of information for calculating fees of courts, tribunals etc

      13. Section 29: Supreme Court chief executive, officers and staff

      14. Section 30: Supreme Court Security Officers

      15. Section 31: Making, and use, of recordings of Supreme Court proceedings

      16. Section 32: Enabling the making, and use, of films and other recordings of proceedings

      17. Section 33: Abolition of scandalising the judiciary as a form of contempt of court

      18. Sections 34 to 42: Publishers of news-related material: damages and costs

      19. Section 43: Use of force in self-defence at place of residence

      20. Section 44: Dealing non-custodially with offenders

      21. Section 45: Deferred prosecution agreements

      22. Section 46: Restraint orders and legal aid, and Section 47: Restraint orders and legal aid: supplementary

      23. Section 48: Civil recovery of the proceeds etc of unlawful conduct, and Section 49: Investigations

      24. Section 50: Extradition

    3. Part 3: Miscellaneous and General

      1. Section 51: Immigration cases: appeal rights; and facilitating combined appeals

      2. Section 52: Appeals against refusal of entry clearance to visit the UK

      3. Section 53: Restriction on right of appeal from within the United Kingdom

      4. 54:

        54: Deportation on national security grounds: appeals

      5. Section 56: Drugs and Driving

      6. Section 57: Public Order Offences

  4. Territorial Extent and Application

  5. Commentary on Sections

    1. Part 1: The National Crime Agency

      1. Section 1: The National Crime Agency

      2. Schedule 1: The NCA & NCA Officers

      3. Section 2: Modification of NCA functions

      4. Section 3: Strategic priorities

      5. Section 4: Operations

      6. Schedule 2: The framework document & annual report

      7. Section 5: Relationships between NCA and other agencies: tasking etc

      8. Schedule 3: Relationships between NCA and other agencies

        1. Part 1: Co-operation

        2. Part 2: Exchange of information

        3. Part 3: Assistance within the UK

        4. Part 4: Use of police facilities etc by NCA

        5. Part 5: Payment for tasks, assistance or facilities

        6. Part 6: General

      9. Section 6: Duty to publish information

      10. Section 7: Information gateways

      11. Section 8: Other functions etc

      12. Schedule 4: NCA: general

      13. Section 9: Director General: customs powers of Commissioners & operational powers

      14. Section 10: Operational powers of other NCA officers

      15. Schedule 5: Police, customs and immigration powers

        1. Part 1: Director General: Commissioners’ powers exercisable under section 9(1)

        2. Part 2: Director General: designation under section 9

        3. Part 3: Further provision about designations under sections 9 or 10

        4. Part 4: Designations: powers and privileges of constables

        5. Part 5: Designations: powers of officers of Revenue and Customs

        6. Part 6: Designations: powers of immigration officers

        7. Part 7: Offences relating to designations

        8. Part 8:  General

      16. Section 11: Inspections and complaints

      17. Schedule 6: Inspections and complaints

      18. Section 12: Information: restrictions on disclosure etc

      19. Schedule 7: Information: restrictions on disclosure

        1. Part 1: Statutory restrictions

        2. Part 2: Restrictions on disclosures of particular types of information

        3. Part 3: Restrictions on further disclosures of information

        4. Part 4: Published information: no restrictions on further disclosure

        5. Part 5: Offences relating to wrongful disclosure of information

      20. Section 13: NCA officers with operational powers: labour relations

      21. Section 14: NCA officers with operational powers: pay and allowances

      22. Section 15: Abolition of SOCA and NPIA

      23. Schedule 8: Abolition of SOCA and NPIA

        1. Part 1: Transitional, transitory and saving provision

        2. Parts 2 to 4: Minor and consequential amendments and repeals

      24. Section 16: Interpretation of Part 1

    2. Part 2: Courts and Justice

      1. Section 17: Civil and family proceedings in England and Wales

      2. Schedule 9: Single county court in England and Wales

        1. Part 1 of Schedule 9: Amendments of the County Courts Act 1984

        2. Parts 2 to 4 of Schedule 9: Other amendments and repeals

      3. Schedule 10: The family court

      4. Schedule 11: Transfer of jurisdiction to family court

      5. Section 18: Youth courts to have jurisdiction to grant gang-related injunctions

      6. Schedule 12: Gang-related injunctions: further amendments

      7. Section 19:

      8. Section 20: Judicial appointments

      9. Schedule 13: Judicial appointments

        1. Part 1: Judges of the Supreme Court: number and selection

        2. Part 2: Diversity

        3. Part 3: Judicial Appointments Commission

        4. Part 4: Judicial appointments: selection, and transfer of powers of Lord Chancellor

        5. Part 5: Selection of Lord Chief Justice and Heads of Division: transitory Provision

        6. Part 6 – Appointment of judge to exercise functions of a Head of Division in case of incapacity or a vacancy etc.

        7. Part 7: Abolition of office of assistant recorder

      10. Section 21: Deployment of the judiciary

      11. Schedule 14: Deployment of the judiciary

        1. Part 1:  Deployment under section 9 of the Senior Courts Act 1981

        2. Part 2:  Deployment of judges to the magistrates’ court

        3. Part 3: Deployment of judges to the Court of Protection

        4. Part 4: Deployment of judges to the First-tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal

        5. Part 5: Deployment of judges to the Employment Appeal Tribunal

        6. Part 6:  Deployment of judges to the employment tribunals

        7. Part 7: Amendments following renaming of chairmen of Employment Tribunals

      12. Section 22: Transfer of immigration or nationality judicial review applications

      13. Section 23: Permission to appeal from Upper Tribunal to Court of Session

      14. Section 24: Appeals relating to regulation of the Bar

      15. Section 25: Enforcement by taking control of goods

      16. Section 26: Payment of fines and other sums

      17. Section 27: Disclosure of information to facilitate collection of fines and other sums

      18. Section 28: Disclosure of information for calculating fees of courts, tribunals etc

      19. Section 29: Supreme Court chief executive, officers and staff

      20. Section 30: Supreme Court security officers

      21. Section 31: Making, and use, of recordings of Supreme Court proceedings

      22. Section 32: Enabling the making, and use, of films and other recordings of judicial proceedings

      23. Section 33: Abolition of scandalising the judiciary as a form of contempt of court

      24. Section 34: Awards of exemplary damages

      25. Section 35: Relevant considerations

      26. Section 36: Amount of exemplary damages

      27. Section 37: Multiple claimants

      28. Section 38: Multiple defendants

      29. Section 39: Awards of aggravated damages

      30. Section 40: Awards of costs

      31. Section 41: Meaning of “relevant publisher”

      32. Schedule 15: Exclusions from Definition of “Relevant Publisher”

      33. Section 42: Other interpretative provisions

      34. Section 43: Use of force in self-defence at place of residence

      35. Section 44: Dealing non-custodially with offenders

      36. Schedule 16: Dealing non-custodially with offenders

        1. Part 1 – Community Orders: punitive elements

        2. Part 2: Deferring the passage of sentence to allow for restorative justice

        3. Part 3: Removal of limits on compensation orders made against adults

        4. Part 4: Electronic Monitoring of offenders

        5. Part 5: Community Orders: further provision

        6. Part 6: Statements of assets and other financial circumstances of offenders etc

        7. Part 7: Information to enable a court to deal with an offender

        8. Part 8: Related amendments in Armed Forces Act 2006

      37. Section 45: Deferred prosecution agreements

      38. Schedule 17: Deferred prosecution agreements

        1. Part 1: General

        2. Part 2: Offences in relation to which a DPA may be entered into

        3. Part 3: Deferred prosecution agreements: consequential and transitional provision

      39. Section 46: Restraint orders and legal aid

      40. Section 47: Restrain orders and legal aid: supplementary

      41. Section 48: Civil recovery of the proceeds etc of unlawful conduct

      42. Schedule 18: Proceeds of crime: Civil recovery of the proceeds etc of unlawful conduct

      43. Section 49: Investigation

      44. Schedule 19: Proceeds of crime: Investigation

      45. Section 50: Extradition

      46. Schedule 20: Extradition

    3. Section 51: Immigration cases: appeal rights; and facilitating combined appeals

    4. Section 52: Appeals against refusal of entry clearance to visit the UK

    5. Section 53: Restriction on right of appeal from within the United Kingdom

    6. Section 54: Deportation on national security grounds: appeals

    7. Section 55: Powers of immigration officers

    8. Schedule 21: Power of immigration officers: further provision

    9. Section 56: Drugs and driving

    10. Schedule 22: Drugs and driving: minor and consequential amendments

    11. Section 57: Public order offences

    12. Section 58: Orders and regulations

    13. Schedule 23: Super-affirmative procedure

    14. Section 59: Consequential amendments

    15. Schedule 24: The NCA: Northern Ireland

    16. Schedule 25: Proceeds of crime provisions: Northern Ireland

    17. Section 60: Transitional, transitory or saving provisions

    18. Section 61: Short title, commencement and extent

  6. Commencement

  7. Hansard References

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